The OnePlus 10T has launched a few months ago and effectively revives the “T-series” for the company’s flagship lineup. Although it brings the fancier Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and faster 150W charging, for the OnePlus this isn’t the highest offering. As a result, the company has been prioritizing the OnePlus 10 Pro in its Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 update program. After multiple rounds of beta testing, the Pro got its stable update. Now, the OnePlus 10T steps in and becomes the next flagship in the company’s update list. The device already got a couple of updates without OxygenOS 13. Now it time has come.
OnePlus recently rolled out an updated roadmap for the OxygenOS 13 update. The roadmap mentions devices such as the OnePlus 10T, OnePlus 9, 9 Pro, and on the OnePlus 8 series. Now, the OnePlus 10T is getting its first Open Beta in India. Curiously, this device is getting the update a little later than some other eligible devices. Most of them already got their Open Beta. Anyway, it’s better later than never. Now, users of the recently-released flagship will rest assured that the stable update will come soon.
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OxygenOS 13 reaches the OnePlus 10T
The OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update for the OnePlus 10T brings Android 13 as the underlying version, but that is just the surface. The brand is trying to move away from the ColorOS identity that was predominant within OxygenOS 12. Still, this is not close to vanilla Android as older builds used to be. The update is based on “nature” and brings the all-new anamorphic design. The company promises software that flows smoothly like water. Moreover, the update brings new customization options and new security enhancements. Furthermore, the animations are more natural and vivid.
Worth noting that OnePlus 10T owners in India running firmware version A.08 and A.10 are all eligible for the OxygenOS 13 Open beta update. It’s necessary to follow certain steps in order to get enrolled into the beta program. Once you’re in, there is no way to turn back… Just kidding, you can revert to the stable software. But make a backup first! After all, reverting will wipe your data. So make sure to store your data before proceeding with your beta install.
The OnePlus 10T runs with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, and has a large 4,880 mAh battery with up to 150W charging. The phone is available in several markets including North America. We’re pretty sure that it’s just a matter of time until more devices get this release.